Monday, July 20, 2009

Cabbage Rolls

Here a dish that you can make for a picnic or to take to school or to the office.
Take a white cabbage (or Nappa cabbage), take off the leaves and cook every leaf during 8 minutes in salted water (the leaves peel easier if you put the cabbage for 4 days in the refrigerator). Take spring onions and cook the green for 15 seconds, those will  be the "ropes" to tie your rolls.
As filling you can use everything of course, here I used cooked brown rice, cooked lentils, grated carrot, and a miso tahini sauce.
You can add pickled vegetables, seaweed, cooked broccoli, etc....

Just cut the hard corner from the cabbage leaf, cut it fine and add it to the filling. 4 rolls is about an adult persons meal.
This is Yin -2 on my Yin Yang scale, so good for everybody, sick or healthy, what ever climate you live in.
Don't forget, the better you chew, the better you digest!

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